You have got a good point there. It never even crossed my mind....Connie ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Kick off yourMessage 1 of 2 , Jul 30, 2000View SourceYou have got a good point there. It never even
crossed my mind....Connie
--- Go Friend <gofriend8@...> wrote:
> It seems to me that the principle of blood to blood__________________________________________________
> transmission should be stressed when they talk about
> HCV, rather than trying to pinpoint actual
> For instance, how common is it for one guy to skin
> his knuckles in a bar fight and then bloody
> nose? At least some places I have spent time, that
> is almost a normal occurence. That is a case where
> blood to blood transmission occurs, but you never
> hear it mentioned, and the skinned knuckle guy will
> probably not even remember having the fight :-)
> I know now if a high school wrestler bleeds, the
> match is immediately stopped. Has it always been
> way? Even in our local kids soccer league, if I
> didn't make an issue of bleeding kids being
> it wasn't even mentioned at a coaches meeting.
> to blood transmission in athletic events may have
> a past means of transmission before HIV raised
> consciousness about potential disease risk.
> I am sure others can think of other possible
> that aren't on the usual laundary list of cuases.
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I read all the boards all the time, and this is the first time someone has brought up blood to blood transmission. That s how I acquired HCV, working in a labMessage 2 of 2 , Jul 30, 2000View SourceI read all the boards all the time, and this is the first time someone has
brought up blood to blood transmission. That's how I acquired HCV, working in
a lab with lots of blood and bodily fluids, and with a scalpel, sliced my
thumb while immersed in someone else's blood. 3 months later I tested
positive for hepc. Workers Comp initially denied my claim, but later
approved. I am now trying to get a settlement. So for anyone that wonders if
you can get it this way. YOU CAN!! Be careful of anything involving blood, no
matter how they say you can or cant get it. Thanks for letting me